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Footloose

THE LEGENDARY MARION TINSLEY IS A CHAMPION WITH A CHECKERED CAREER

By Franz Lidz

U.S. Open

Graham Didn't Crack

Hitting every green, David Graham won the U.S. Open with a nearly flawless final round

By Dan Jenkins

Double Double

DOUBLE DOUBLE, BROIL AND BUBBLE

Having won the 100 and long jump at the NCAA meet, effervescent Carl Lewis duplicated Jesse Owens' track and field double double in the TAC championships in scorching Sacramento by triumphing in the same events

By Kenny Moore

Summer Vacation

HOW I SPENT MY SUMMER VACATION

With bills to pay and off-field careers to pursue, Dr. George Medich and other striking major-leaguers are toiling beside John Q. Public

By Steve Wulf

Boxing

A fight without the phony

In a bout in which Jim Watt lost his WBC lightweight title to Alexis Arguello, neither man felt compelled—before, during or after—to behave like an idiot. Amazing!

By Clive Gammon

Pro Football

No place to go but up

After Arizona State fired Frank Kush, he had to head for Canada to coach again

By Mike DelNagro

Table Tennis

No more Mr. Nice Guys

Appearing in their first U.S. Open, the Chinese played to win—for a change

By Ray Kennedy

Movies

A quick trip to nowhere

In "The Cannonball Run," cars crash, blow up and plunge into pools (above), all in vain pursuit of genuine comedy

By Frank Deford

Ted Williams

TED WILLIAMS AT MIDSTREAM

At 62, the Splendid Splinter is none too slender, but he still is hard-hitting when talking of baseball and the outdoor life

By John Underwood

For The Record

A roundup of the week June 15-21

Compiled by N. Brooks Clark

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Philip G. Howlett

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert H. Boyle

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